Share your views on Neighbourhood Policing in North Yorkshire

Share your views on Neighbourhood Policing in North Yorkshire


Following changes to North Yorkshire Police’s neighbourhood policing teams 12 months ago, Police and Crime Commissioner – Julia Mulligan – wants to hear from you about the impact of these changes. Are you satisfied with the changes? Do you feel safe?

In order to hear from as many local residents as possible, those who rely on their PCSOs and officers, Julia is running a survey to collect your thoughts. It’s open now until 29th July and you can access it by visiting

Julia and her team will use the results of the survey to look at how, as much as possible, community policing can be implemented in a way that reflects the needs of local areas. Whatever your situation, it’s important that you’re satisfied with the service from your Neighbourhood Policing Team.

Speaking in advance of the launch of the survey, PCC Julia Mulligan said “I would encourage anyone to take part and share their views, as I’d like as many people to respond as possible. You might be a member of the public, or perhaps have needed support from local police in the past, or be a local councillor, or other community official. Everyone deserves a say in the way their police force is run, and I will always take people’s views seriously, because it is vitally important that the public receives a good service.”

Nigel Adams MP said “We live in a relatively low crime area, but I know how important it is for people to feel safe in their communities, and I am pleased that making sure this is the case is a top priority for Julia and her team. I would encourage all constituents to complete the survey to ensure that the views and needs of our part of North Yorkshire are heard loudly.”

Local policing was put forward by the public as a top priority for the police, which is why your views are important. Help ensure that the voices of your community are heard by encouraging friends, family and neighbours to take part too!

Hard copies, for those who need them, can be obtained from public buildings such as libraries and council offices, or by contacting Julia’s office via or 01423 569562.